The Junction Cares for its Street Trees

The pervasive drought of summer 2016 underscored the need to have a better organized, failproof way to care for our street trees. The loss of so many street trees (27%) from 2015 to 2017 became the driver for Junction Adopt-a-Street-Tree Project. Here is the report written in thanks for Special Project funding. We look forward to continuing the project through the 2018 growing season. To adopt a Junction street tree or volunteer to water orphan trees, contact:...

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Climate Action Network Canada Reacts to Budget 2018

Climate Action Network Canada Reacts to Budget 2018


Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe Territories [OTTAWA] (February 27, 2018) - In response Canada’s 2018 Budget, Climate Action Network - Réseau action climat (CAN-Rac) Canada issued the following statements from its Executive Director, Catherine Abreu, and from CAN-Rac members:


“CAN-Rac applauds Budget 2018’s historic investment in conserving nature in Canada and protecting species at risk....

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Tomorrow

“Tomorrow” happened on Tuesday February 13 at the Runnymede library. The film that is. And the change it hopes to bring about in those who watched it.


It was a well attended event and for those of us who saw this 2 hour long film it was inspiring and well worth the time. Despite the doomsday predictions about our survival over the next few decades, it provided us with wonderful examples of how small groups of individuals around the globe are making successful changes in their...

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Green 13 signs on to Joint Letter and Statement to Mayor and Council: In support of fully funding TransformTO

January 23, 2018


Green 13 has signed on to the following letter which has been sent via post to Mayor Tory and every member of Toronto City Council. This is a demonstration of the robust and diverse support behind the City's long-term climate goals and important areas of intersecting work.


January 23, 2018

Mayor Tory and Toronto City Councillors 100 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5H 2N2



Dear Mayor Tory and Toronto City Councillors,

We applaud...

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The Junction Cares for its Japanese Plum Tree


On Saturday, October 21, 2017, concerned volunteers came out to care for one of the landmark trees in the Junction, the Japanese Plum tree at the SW corner of Keele and Dundas. This landmark tree, located on BMO property at the SW corner of Keele and Dundas, has been sorely neglected over time, and it suffered greatly from the drought of 2016. Junction Adopt-a-Street-Tree volunteers...

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